Chesterfield Road, Staveley, Chesterfield, S43 3XD
A warm friendly welcome awaits you at Storrs Road Methodist Church and Centre, situated on Storrs Road, just off Chatsworth Road on the western side of Chesterfield.
We are currently meeting in person on Sunday mornings at 10:30am. Due to the size of the worship area we are currently asking people to wear a face covering.
Children and families are very welcome. Services aim to meet the needs of all who take part. People in the church want to reach out to the community to bring the message that Jesus is alive and tell of how He makes a difference in their lives."
About the Building
The Church has been lovingly cared for since its opening in February 1900 and has been a consistent witness in the community since that time. In 1973 the adjacent Centre replaced a large wooden hut and was opened by the Duke of Devonshire. The Centre has recently been re-roofed, funded through the generosity of individuals and grants.
Serving the community
The Centre is an excellent resource for both Church and community groups.
Storrs Road Pre School, which is Ofsted registered, has 24 places for children aged 2 to school age and has continued to operate during term time.
When the pandemic eases, it is hoped that many of the regular activities that make use of the Centre will resume. These include a monthly community lunch, Sunday Club, Time Out (a weekly social on Tuesday afternoons), Lent Courses, and coffee mornings.
Messy Churchtakes place at regular intervals. If you would like to find out more about Messy Church,
please email: email@example.com or telephone 01246 274021.
Time Out (a weekly social on Tuesday afternoons). For more details about Time Out contact Sue Cowie on 01246 274021. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shakes and Ladders (a board games café) meets on a Friday night from 7pm until 9pm in the Centre when conditions permit. At the moment quizzes are taking place online.
Storrs Road Hangout will resume when it is safe to do so, with over 100 cups of complimentary hot chocolate and many slices of toast provided for students of Brookfield Community School on Monday afternoons after school. This is run by the Methodist Church's Circuit Youth Worker, Tim Rossell, with the help of local volunteers.
To check prices and availability for Centre hire contact the Centre Secretary at email@example.com